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that the china attacks from china are sponsored and directed by the chinese military. the report specifically sites evidence linking a cyber threat called apt1 to the people's liberation army which is headquartered in the building you see here. the evidence according to executives who oversaw the research is fairly definitive. >> when you look at them in totality it's pretty overwhelming. when we looked at them logging into their attack infrastructure, the server from which they launch attacks, 98% of the log ins were coming from china and 97 of the log inches they are using simplified chinese. they are emanating from one building and one neighborhood in shanghai it's pretty easy to draw a conclusion based on that. >> reporter: one of the things the administration has done to deal specifically with the chinese cyber threat was this executive order last week which calls for the immediate sharing of information, threat information between the government and other entities about specific threats like what we see from china. jenna: let's talk a little bit about what is at stake with some of these
considering fines and other trade penalties against china and any other nation guilty of cyber attacks. jim angle is live there. where are we on all of this, jim? >> reporter: we know the u.s. does intend to respond after learning that hundreds of cyber attacks on the u.s. government and some 140 u.s. companies are coming from a chinese military unit apparently dedicated to such activities. now the question is, what do we do about it? we can't do much of course to punish the chinese military but officials are saying privately they will take some sort of action such as fines or trade penalties which the white house hinted at yesterday. >> initiatives to announce today. this is an issue that had the attention of the president and senior levels of the national security team. it's something that we are working on constantly, and we will of course take necessary measures to enhance our cyber security. >> reporter: but aside from enhancing our own cyber security, what can the u.s. do? though we can't punish the chinese army unit we can punish chinese companies many of which are partly honed by th
, if they were particularly frightened they would have not tested in the first place. they realize china will protect them? security council. china will not enforce any sanctions that come out of this process. so the usual drill as susan rice said is not good enough. that means the united states needs to take matters in its own hands. we need to put in effect the sanctions the bush administration imposed in 2005 and unfortunately lifted prematurely in 2007 at china's behest. we have to stop north korea from selling this long-range missiles and these nuclear devices to iran. which of means we probably need our navy in waters very close to north korean shores. jon: stop leaning on the chinese to fresh sure the north koreans? >> we should do that but shouldn't rely on that as the only way. in the bush administration we really looked to china to rein in north korea, unfortunately we placed a greater emphasis integrating china into the international system than disarming north korea. we need to disarm that. we need to disarm north korea first. because we have only a limited numbers of years t
heart targeted by hackers. those companies pointing the finger at china for a new string of cybercrimes. fox business network's peter barnes joins us for this. peter, everything is okay in your twitter account and in peter barnes's world? >> reporter: i don't even know what my handle is. jenna: that is good place to start. that way nothing can be stolen. we hear about different hacking taking place at different times. how concerned is wash ton really about this latest spring of reports?. >> reporter: very concerned. the administration appears to be getting ready to get tougher on china over all this computer hacking. a new government intelligence report in fact to be released shortly is expected to call the rise in chinese cyber attacks a threat to the u.s. and its economy. the moves come after "the washington post", "the new york times" and "the wall street journal" announced recent attacks on their computer systems suspected of original senating from china. social media site twitter as you say said friday dreamly sophisticated hackers from an unidentified source may have stolen the us
house is launching a new effort against cyber stealing, this in the wake of that report linking china's military to wide-spread hacking attacks. but do the measures go far enough? we'll go in-depth on that. and he led police on a two year cross country chase stealing boats, airplanes, now the barefoot bandit is back in the news. we'll tell you why, next. jon: new info on crime stories we are keeping an eye on. police in philadelphia are hunting for a bank robber. he hit seven banks this month. although he is armed no one has been hurt in any of his heists. a deadly gun fight on the las vegas strip sparks a fiery crash where a taxi bursts into flame. police say bullets started flying from a black range rover at a maserati. it hit the taxi killing three people and four others are hurt police are searching for the range rover that left the scene at 4:30am. new charges against the barefoot bandit who led police on a two-year chase across the country as he stole boats and even airplanes. he is serving a seven year prison sentence after pleading guilty to state and federal crimes. new charg
the slow boat to china. listen to how they're planning to do this. there are actually tugboats there are on their way to rescue this carnival cruise ship carrying 4,000 passengers and crew in total. the ship is simply adrift at sea right now. it's the carnival cruise ship triumph, and listen to this, it's advertising add the ultimate in relaxation and adventure. but passengers certainly hadn't counted on this. right now they're floating in the gulf of mexico without engine power, and they're unable to get to port on their own, the ship is. there was an early morning fire on sunday in the engine room, and that knocked out the ship's propulsion system and its massive, massive propeller ors. that fire, lucky, was put out quickly, and so far no reports of injuries. the ship left galveston, texas, last wednesday. it was supposed to return to port today, but right now it's operating on emergency power from a backup generator onboard as it drifts 150 miles off the yucatan peninsula. now, if the engineers onboard that ship can't fix their engines on their own, the tugboats will have to
manufacturing jobs from china, from mexico, from japan. and that's important because manufacturing punches above its weight. it is 90% of the patented. 70% of the private sector r&d. it is over half our exports. jenna: sure. >> it has a broad effect on innovation. the president asks what do we do so we're a magnet for those type of high skilled jobes and a lot of it is the type of manufacturing innovation he talked about, going to your question, the other issue is to make sure we have a competitive corporate tax code. jenna: okay. >> so what the president president has said in the context of a larger plan that we're bringing down the deficit, and unlike what senator rubio said, ours is the large majority of that comes from spending cuts and entitlement savings those it does include some revenues from closing loopholes and tax expenditures. in that context we could also do corporate tax reform where we get rid of some of the expenditures and loopholes and we lower the tax rates to make ourselves more competitive. what the president said is that he wants to at least get to a new 28% corporate tax
one, number two was the price of crude. you know, china consumed more crude than they ever did in the month of january, that helped drive up the cost of crude oil, and when crude oil prices go up gasoline prices always follow. jenna: this is the prices that we're seeing in february. what is the summer driving season going to look like? >> reporter: you know, this was a disa disaster, i don't think it will be as bad as people fear. a lot of things that made gas prices go up may help us when the summer driving season comes along. a hroflt the maintenance wa lot of the maintenance we do in april and may is actually getting done early. the refiners have a delicate balance as to how much winter blend of gasoline they should produce versus the summer blend. they have to drawdown the winter supply and keep prices up. we are vulnerable to price spikes. because we started this early when the summer driving season does come along we should be very well supplied, and that should keep a cap on the traditional run up you normally see in april and may. jenna: real quick here phil we've had t
to the system and did so in a way i think we remember, nelson mandela said what happened in china when the man stood in front of the tank was a rosa parks moment. i think that captures it. jon: juan williams. fox news political analyst. we'll talk to you in a moment and we'll be right back eat good fats. avoid bad. don't go over 2000... 1200 calories a day. carbs are bad. carbs are good. the story keeps changing. so i'm not listening... to anyone but myself. i know better nutrition when i seet: great grains. great grains cereal stts whole and stays whole. see the seam? more processed flakes look nothing like natural grains. you can't argue th nutrition you can see. great grains. search great grains and see for yourself. to help support a healthy tabolism try new great grains protein blend in cinnamon hazelnut orhone. >> reporter: a brand-new hour and brand-new stories coming your way including illegal immigrants detained by the government being put back out on the streets. the feds say the sequester budget cuts make it impossible to house them. republicans aren't buying it. a live report strai
, center tpaoupblgcentscenterfuges inside of iran. >> one, we fear that china has been a preeminent smuggling point for the iranians, that seems to reinforce that suspicion. we still don't know whether the iranians were successful in their objective to get these magnets, it could increase their centerfuge production enormously. and two, it does reinforce the concern that i think everyone has had that the iranians are aiming for a break-out capacity, which is essentially undetectable. that is by the time you figure out that they are moving to highly enrich uranium you couldn't possibly check it military or by any other means. jenna: on that, how good is our intelligence do you feel coming from inside of iran to know exactly what is happening inside the country? >> i'd say it's probably pretty weak. i think the best intelligence is gathered by the u.n. watch doug. i think there are other electronic means to provide some assistance but i doubt seriously whether we have human sources in the program that provide current and valuable information. jenna: we are continuing to watch this sto
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